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Mexico

SRE Supports Mexicans in the U.S.

SRE will be increasing service in the U.S. to protect Mexican nationals

Protestors in Mexico City, photo: Cuartoscuro/Fernando Carranza García
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11 months ago

The Foreign Relations Secretariat (SRE) will implement 11 plans to support and provide information for Mexicans nationals living in the United States.

Through its embassy and its 50 consulates in the United States, the Information Center for Assistance to Mexicans (CIAM) will be providing information to the Mexican community.

A toll-free telephone number in the United States offers a primary point of contact with the Mexican government for anyone requiring assistance, information, and consular protection.

The SRE will also activate a hotline (1-800), available 24 hours a day to answer any questions about immigration or report incidents.

The use of the free MiConsulmex mobile application, which contains relevant information on current migration as well as contact details for consulates and providers of migratory services, will also be available.

In a statement, SRE said that it will also increase the presence of mobile consulates in order to provide comprehensive protection and documentation services to a greater number of people in their communities.

In order to increase access to identification and documentation, including consular registration, passports and birth certificates, the number of personnel will be increased and consulate hours will be extended, allowing them to serve a greater number of people.

Similarly, they will accelerate the opening of Financial Advisory Bureaus, strengthen the banking campaign throughout the consular network and reinforce the dialogue with state and local authorities.

The SRE announced that it will also strengthen relationships with civil rights organizations.

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